“Cloud-native” is just another way to refer to a native cloud application (NCA), which is a program specifically designed for a cloud-computing architecture, whether that be on-prem, remote or hybrid.
Developing cloud-native applications may not seem like something an object storage company would talk about. But then again, Caringo isn’t just any object storage company—it is an organization that has always been ahead of its time.
This webinar will explore how a cloud-enabled media asset management platform and an on-prem S3 object storage system combine to create a versatile and cost-effective distributed production solution. eMAM inc. is a well well-respected solution for connecting creative people regardless of their physical location.
In times when switching to remote workflows can be highly disruptive, you can choose to take your M&E workflows to the future with a data-centric hybrid cloud approach that simply lets creators create. The Tiger Technology solutions give you everything you need for creative content collaboration and media management for post-production, broadcast, and online media workflows. Share high-res media in real time and maximize playback performance for Mac, Linux and Windows clients. Streamline workflows with virtual project workspace management. Gain back resources lost to storage management and aging hardware. Optimize your storage costs with native file system tiering to cloud, disk, and tape. Enable multi-site and remote collaboration, protect your data at any point in time, and benefit from cloud AI processing capabilities. Our media solutions eco-system and excellent support services cover all bases while allowing your editing team to focus on their craft.
The emergence of OTT platforms combined with decreasing advertising revenues and the need for remote production have pushed media companies to incorporate solutions that meet business objectives and control costs.
This presentation explains how to quickly adapt to agile, self-sufficient workflows by deploying a hybrid cloud architecture that secures sensitive data and valuable content on-premises and allows safe transition into the cloud to meet business needs and guarantee continuity and profitability in today’s challenging times.
Covid-19 changed the way we live, study and work. It’s been an enormous adjustment with more questions than solutions, especially in the video world. This session addresses the advantages of an IP infrastructure when remote operation becomes a necessity. Learn how to control a mosaic/Multiviewer system from anywhere, discover specifics such as how to see alarms remotely, aggregate logs from different systems, empower multiple users, operating an API, and assess the cloud and its reliability.
James Wilson, Head of Aspera Engineering & Operations at IBM, will explore cloud security technology innovations helping media organizations adapt to new, secure ways of working now and in the future—including forensic watermarking-as-a-service, key management integration and BYOK, and credentials encryption.
James will also discuss the importance of cloud-native strategies for remote workflows and how container-based Kubernetes environments will enable media organizations to manage and secure their infrastructure and workflows consistently across applications.
IABM Media Tech Trends reports annually track the adoption of specific emerging technologies within the broadcast and media sector.
The purpose of these reports is to enable member companies to better understand the drivers of emerging technologies’ adoption within customer organizations.
This should provide member companies more tools to better address the challenges lying ahead, from new product development to marketing strategy.
This report contains a discussion on the state of adoption of the emerging technology in broadcast and media as well as an analysis of significant customer deployments. This edition of the report focuses on Cloud and covers the following topics:
- Cloud Essentials
- Cloud Adoption Tracker
- Cloud Deployments in Broadcast & Media